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iowa state hasn't been to a bowl in three years ... matt campbell hasn't missed the postseason ever. hear how the new coach says he'll bring his winning ways to ames. police are still looking for a suspect in a deadly shooting on court avenue over the weekend. hear why there weren't more officers on duty in the packed bar district that night. and find out why this burnt car could mean more people might be burning rubber in fort dodge. news at four front door open snow in carroll ... good afternoon ... i'm sonya heitshusen. for joining us. roads in northern iowa partially all the snow that feel in that part of the state tonight. rain and snow is winding down and lifting north for now.
one person was injured in a shooting in des moines this morning. charles shur told police he was shot in the leg and chest while two men tried to rob him. shur is expected to recover. police say this doesn't appear to be a random crime ... and there is no danger to the general public. des moines police are also looking for suspects in a deadly shooting over the weekend. it happened on court avenue shortly after one sunday morning. 21-year old edmanual perez was shot and killed. 23-year old andrew hurley-boyd was injured. off-duty officers often patrol the court avenue district as part of a program called "operation downtown." but police say none were working the night of the shooting. city leaders say while violence downtown is rare, it's vital everyone work together to ensure a safe
downtown. "i would like to see us be as aggressive as possible...the businesses will have to step up. they play a major issue and they'll have to help cover the cost of some of those. it can't just be on the shoulders of the gov't to do that." police have not confirmed if there was more than one shooter... they believe an altercation between two groups escalated and lead to the shootings... ft dodge police are trying to car containing a mobile speed camera. it was found engulfed at around 11:30 saturday night. the unit was parked by 20. the police department has two of these units. the other is still in service. 'we still have people that ask for the car in their neighborhoods, we feel that it does slow down not care for them, but its real easy to the speed car, its slow down.' the cameras generate about 100-
budget. police are asking anyone who may have seen someone near the car on saturday night, to let them know about it. this year has brought major changes to iowa state university... first a new basketball coach... and today, a new football coach was introduced. this afternoon matt campbell was welcomed as the replacement for paul rhoads. campbell comes to ames from the university of toledo. his team won nine games this year ... including a win over the cyclones back in september. athletic director jamie pollard says there was one overwhelming principle that drew him to campbell. 121308-121337 "i wanted a winner ... find me someone who wins and they'll win again ... be that way going forward." pollard says campbell was his
search. but it turns out the city of ames recruited campbell... long before pollard. campbell says when he came to ames with his toledo team two years ago he was so impressed he called his wife and said if the i-s-u job ever came open... he wanted it. today he took the reigns of the program with a promise to the fans. 123040-123120 in life change happens ... but greatness is a choice ... from this day forward ... every choice i make will be to bring greatness ... i'm truly honored to be a cyclone and to be the head football coach here. what will it take to deliver on
era saturday. and it was a disappointing end. the cyclones lost on the road to west virginia ... 30-to-six. for the third time this year... iowa state was shut out in the second half of the game. the cyclones finish the season three- and-nine ... good for next to last place in the big 12. rhoads finishes his iowa state career with an overall record of 32-and-55. he was one-and-two in the three bowl games with the cyclones. in his seven years at iowa state ... rhoads had just one winning
it was during his first season in 2009. meanwhile the football gods continue to smile upon iowa city. you've probably heard it by now ... but it bears repeating ... the iowa hawkeyes are a perfect 12-and-oh. on friday the hawks capped off their perfect regular season with a 28-to- 20 win at nebraska. this is the first time the hawkeyes have ever won 12 games in a season. and they have a chance to add two ... or even three more wins yet this season. the hawkeyes position in the rankings didn't change with their win. they are still ranked 4th in the a-p poll ... and third in the coaches poll. they did pick up one first place vote from an unnamed coach in that poll. the hawkeyes were 4th in last week's college football playoff rankings. those rankings will be updated tomorrow. the results of the final playoff poll depend on what the hawkeyes do in their next game. on saturday the hawkeyes will take on michigan state in the big ten championship. the winner will likely cement their spot in the college football playoffs.
the game is being played at lucas oil stadium in indianapolis. we will be there this week to cover the hawkeyes as they they try to add to the accomplishments of this historic season. and we don't want to forget the state's other major football program. the u-n-i panthers won their first round playoff game on saturday against eastern illinois. they'll be in oregon this weekend to take on portland state in round two. it's a national campaign ... with a local focus. tomorrow we're all being asked to think about non-profits in our communities. giving tuesday is a "viral event" that encourages you to give local during the holidays. coming up ... we'll talk with a local ymca leader about what they're promising to do with your donations this year. and coming up next ... a unique intersection is about to open in the western suburbs ... and officials want to make sure you know how it works.
we'll take you back to driving school in waukee. the pavement is set ... the lines are painted ... the lights are working ... but who coined the term "side bread?" because there's nothing "side" about this bread. it may look like the moon. but it's the star of the show. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop.
but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. at the first world conference on climate change, the challenge seemed insurmountable. but today, as world leaders come together in paris, the solutions are clear. with a real commitment to clean energy, we can tackle the climate crisis,
but this won't be your typical exit. its taken decades of planning and construction to reach this point. but there's one thing left to do ... teach drivers how to it works. the interchange uses a traffic pattern called a "diverging diamond." its the first such interchange in the state. it requires you to cross against oncoming traffic twice at stop lights. today we took a ride along to see how it works firsthand ... sped up a little for effect. while it definitely looks and feels strange ... its still the same simple idea as any other interchange. stay in your lane and follow the signs. waukee officials say its worth the growing pains to use this traffic pattern. 64850-64913 the footprint is very small ... 60% less than ... safety factor ... going across the road ... stops two conflicts ... improves safety of the road." again the simple key to navigating the interchange ...
jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war with radical islamic terrorism. it is the struggle that will determine the fate of the free world. the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out isis with overwhelming force. their aim is our total destruction. we can't withdraw from this threat or negotiate with it. we have but one choice: to defeat it. vo: right to rise usa is responsible
ad lib main weather light rain is falling around the metro this afternoon. temperatures are colder north and west of des moines and this is where it will be icy and snowy. a winter storm warning is in effect until 6 pm tuesday in between atlantic and mason city. temperatures are in the upper 30s in the des moines metro, as well as in southern and eastern iowa. rain will continue to fall in these parts of the state into the evening. temperatures will hold steady or even rise slightly. northwest iowa is where the snow locally higher amounts expected there. a few more snow showers are possible on tuesday with highs in the 30s. the rest of the week will be sunny and dry with seasonal temperatures back in the low 40s for daytime highs. coming up next ... you filled your wishlist this weekend ...
that icing the cinnamon rolls is a privilege not a right. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. tomorrow you're being asked to open your wallets again ... for a good cause. tomorrow is the 4th annual "giving tuesday" ... a day to start off the holiday giving season by investing your charity dollars locally.
one of the local non-profits hoping to earn your support tomorrow is the ymca of greater des moines. joining us now to talk about where that money will go is vicky foresman ... vice president of philanthropy for the y. to learn more about how to take part in giving tuesday this year ... to learn more about how to take part in giving tuesday this year ... to learn more about how to take part in giving tuesday this year ... check out giving tuesday dot org "giving tuesday" on social media
to learn more about how to take part in giving tuesday this year ... check out giving tuesday dot org ... or watch for the hashtag "giving tuesday" on social media tomorrow. to learn more about how to take part in giving tuesday this year ... check out giving tuesday dot org ... or watch for the hashtag "giving tuesday" on social media tomorrow. we're learning more today about
e man accused of opening fire inside a women's health clinic ... and three people he killed. we'll take you to colorado springs for the latest. the agenda says climate control is the topic of discussion ... but that's not all that's being discussed in paris this week. we'll take you to the global summit that began today. but the online sales spree has actually be going steady since last week. we have the latest numbers on the season. news at four front door the man accused of opening fire in colorado springs, colorado made his first court appearance today. the shooting friday left 3 people dead and 9 injured.
its also reigniting debate over abortion rights and gun control. leanne gregg has the story. appearing before a judge via year old robert dear was advised of the charges filed against him. dear is accused of killing a police officer and two civilians, at this planned parenthood clinic in colorado springs. the rampage set off a five hour standoff and shootout friday that also left 9 others injured. among the dead, jennifer mark-off-skee, a mother of two, at planned parenthood with a friend. her father writing, "life was too short for my beloved daughter. iraq veteran ke'arre stewart, the father of two, at the clinic with his girlfriend, who was pregnant, stepped outside to make a phone call, was hit by gunfire, then ran back inside to warn others. "i believe that's his military
and police officer garrett swasey, one of the first responders. remembered at the church where he was co-pastor as kind and selfless. the former champion figure skater was a father of two. robert dear remains jailed without bond, as the investigation into the shooting continues. leanne gregg nbc news. dear's next court hearing is scheduled wednesday, december 9th .. where formal charges will be announced. funeral services for officer garrett swasey will be held friday .. including a procession so the public can pay their respects. s the republican race for the white house going through another shakeup?? one-time frontrunner ben carson fading in most polls, with ted cruz and marco rubio rising. now new jersey governor, chris christie, got a big new boost today in new hampshire steve handelsman
has more on that story from washington chris christie is polling just 7th in new hampshire presidential candidate too short to super"but it's game time now everybody." and christie claims: his endorsement by new hampshire's most powerful paper reflects a race that's rebooting. with newcomer ben carson losing support presidential candidate :xx- :xx"new is fabulous until you need experience and then when you need experience you go i wish this guy was a little tarnished. i wish he was a little tested." experts say the republican race is wide open. "chris christie proves it. "he's in this game because he could be the hot candidate" donald trump ...leading in new hampshire polls... attacked. how is chris christie running the state of nj, which is deeply troubled, when he is spending all of his time in nh? new jerseyans not happy! tweeting: how is chris christie running the state of nj, which is deeply troubled, when he is spending all of his time in nh? some conservative african american ministers endorsed trump today "we're wanting to get off of
welfare and we feel that that can be done through the information the knowledge of a person like donald trump." but ted cruz ...running second to trump now in iowa... declared the outsider's day is done presidential candidate :xx-:xx"let me be very clear, i don't believe donald trump is gonna be our nominee, i don't believe he is gonna be our president" marco rubio's first super pac ad targets trump "don't just send the establishment a message, send them a conservative president. marco rubio." rubio is running second to trump in new hampshire. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. chris christie weighed in against donald trump on the 9/11 controversy. he says he knows that thousands of muslims in jersey city did not cheer the collapse of the twin towers as trump continues to claim. roads in northern iowa partially to mostly snow covered due to all roads in northern iowa partially to mostly snow covered due to all the snow that feel in that part of the state tonight. rain and snow is winding down and lifting north for now. there still may be a few
the global summit is focused on reversing climate change. lynn melling shows us how the issue is viewed by americans ... and around the world. today.. world leaders are a climate change agreement. it is an historic event.. because it will frame the global agenda on this issue for the next decade and beyond. while climate change remains a hotly debated issue in the survey of people in 40 different counties by the pew research center found there is a global consensus that climate change is a significant challenge. majorities in all 40 nations polled say it is a serious problem.. and a global average of 54 percent consider it a very serious problem. however... there are significant regional differences in opinion on global warming. people in the united states and china... whose economies are responsible for the greatest annual co-two emissions are among the least concerned. 45 percent of americans view it as very serious problem.
18 percent of chinese citizens see it as a very serious problem. globally.. an average of 78 percent support the idea of their country limiting greenhouse gas emissions as part of an international agreement in paris. and a global median of 67 percent say that in order to reduce the effects of climate change, people will have to make major changes in their lives. the climate change summit in paris started today and will last for two weeks.. wrapping up on december 11th. president obama is among the many world leaders to attend. the climate wasn't the only topic of discussion at today's meeting in paris ... the site of a terror attack earlier this month. steve nans has more on how the two global issues came together today. : "political momentum like this may not come again."over 150 world leaders gathered in paris on monday to discuss an issue that impacts everyone -- global climate change. the "conference of parties" - or - cop21 -- is an annual frumo with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas
in his speech, president obama said the u.s. is prepared to act, but also stressed that this must be a global effort. : "the united states of america not only recognizes our role in creating this problem, we embrace our about it"obama also aimed to ease that reducing carbon emissions will lead to a slower economy. : "we've proved that strong environment no longer have to conflict with one another. they can work in concert with one another"the paris summit comes just 17 days after a major isis terrorist attack that took the lives of 130 people. the summit began with a moment of silence to honor the vicitms. later, president obama and russian president vladimir putin met to discuss the situation in syria and the overall strategy for dealing with isis . the president argued today's summit is a rejection of what isis stands for. :"we salute the people of paris for insisting this crucial conference go on"i'm steve nannes reporting. president obama also met with
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eastern iowa. rain will continue to fall in these parts of the state into the evening. temperatures will hold steady or even rise slightly. northwest iowa is where the snow will accumulate. 2 to 4" with locally higher amounts expected there. a few more snow showers are possible on tuesday with highs in the 30s. the rest of the week and dry with seasonal temperatures back in the low 40s for daytime highs. coming up next ... why fight the crowds when you can shop from
coming up next ... why fight the crowds when you can shop from home .... or work? find out how big this cyber monday has been for retailers. it's been her fight for twenty years. something is wrong with our healthcare system and it needs to be fixed. then, it was about health reform and getting eight million kids covered. now, it's about stopping republicans from repealing
so many are going to target-dot-com.. the site actually crashed for a short time.. jay gray has a closer look now at the trends.. and the effort behind the scenes to fill all of those orders. it's the new sound, of the season.. the whiz.. and hum of the holidays, robots and conveyor belts moving orders at amazon.. as fast as shoppers can point and click.. "we are in full force.. at this point 95% of people probably spent about 4 hours on average shopping online at work.. but going into the evening a lot of the cyber monday deals will be holding strong.." data from adobe shows on-line sales have actually been strong since thanksgiving.. with shoppers spending more than 7-billion on-line from thursday through the weekend - up dramatically over last year.. about a third placing orders from their mobile devices.. "i can't remember the last time i went in a mall." "even in small communities like this - hightstown, new jersey - which is anything but high-tech.. many are logging on and looking for bargains online." "it's ease of use." the crowds today are in the distribution and fulfillment centers like this one..
that sound. like nails on a chalkboard. but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. it's always worth remembering... that icing the cinnamon rolls is a privilege not a right. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. what if the holidays were about people again? and the four-letter word that defined the season was l-o-v-e, and not s-a-l-e. that's the world t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods stores live in. where there's no need for sales because we offer amazing prices on thoughtful gifts everyday. let's put more value on what really matters. this season, bring back the holidays.
thanks for joining us on the channel 13 news at four ... the news at five starts right now. nats of plows the plows are in action across part of the state today. where the roads are the worst...and what the tail end of this system will bring. 06-09 it's not about matt cambell it's about the players. new beginning... matt campbell is taking the reins as the head football coach of iowa
players...and what they think of the new goals. death investigation... in developing news this afternoon...police say two people have been found dead in a des moines home. next the latest on what investigators are saying about the case. a few miles is making a big different when it comes to road conditions today. this was the sight in sioux city. they are expecting to see up to eight inches of the white stuff by the end of the day. but you don't have to go all the way to sioux city to find some snow... good evening...thank you for joining us... i'm dan winters... and i'm sonya heitshusen... the entire northwestern part of the state is covered in snow and ice. but in the metro... we're lucky to be getting mostly just rain. let's head right over to ed wilson for a first look at the forecast...ed? roads in northern iowa partially to mostly snow covered due to all the snow that feel in that part of the state tonight. rain and snow is winding down and lifting northfor now.